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Towards a talking circle: a review of concerns of callers from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds

by Kids Help Line

Report
Year 2003
City Red Hill, Queensland
Institution Kids Help Line

Abstract

This report draws on over six years of data and identifies an increasing number of telephone calls made by Indigenous children and young people to the Kids Help Line (KHL). Many of the concerns raised in the calls tend to be more severe than those of Anglo-Australian peers. In order to interpret and act on the issues raised in a culturally appropriate way, a consultation process was initiated with individuals, organisations, agencies and community groups. Incorporating feedback from this process, the report documents an analysis and interpretation of the problems about which Indigenous callers seek help from the KHL.

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